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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y WVt F t i SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALr VOL XXIXSlIANFORI KY TUESDAY AUGUST 20 1901 9 A M NO 50 flh NEWS jTEStWinchester bas over u phold favor Dr Joho D OBrien dropped dead ni Hopklnivlllo Two pennni died from the blto of spiders at MuncIe Ind upst Samuel Levy a former CInclnnatlan was driven lo suicide by asthma i John Meacher shot and killed W J l McNaraara In a Lexington saloon Three million admissions to the Von American Exposition have been regis tered Russia li facing another great tarn 33000000truptoy Policeman John Schroeder was killed I by a live wire on the street of Cln cinnati A bridge greater than the Kadi bridge at St Louis It to spin tho MIa shun river at Kansas City Klght hundred representatives of tbo LouUvJllo Commercial Club took In the Lexington fair Saturday Kurds burned 12 village In Armen la butchered the male and earned the young girls off to the harems llDJ F Alford former surveyor of the Port of Louisville was run over and injured by a grocery wagon A mob which gathered to bang three mOD confined In the Jail at Fleming burg wero blutTed by the guards Rear Admiral Schlcy says that bo cannot attend tbo Louisville Conclave on account of the court of Inquiry Linemen employed by the Cumber land Telephone Company In Louisville threaten to itrlko If their wages are not Increased Hither than accede to the demand of his miners for an eighthour day Sen ntor Clark has closed his copper mine which brings a revenue of 12000000 yearlyWilliam Scars a coal miner shot and killed Robert Harrison bank bois of tho National Coal and Iron Corapa oyy mine at Straight Creek near tlnevlllo Tbo report of the superintendent of s the army transport service will show that about 120000000 has been extend ed by the government of the United States for this purpose A fouryearold son of Dennis Lucas at St Mary W Va while playing with matches sot fire to the cradle In which his baby brother was asleep and burned the Infant to death Tho United States Investment Com pany a Lexington concern that promises to pay 13 for II won a favorable decision In a tax controversy before the treasury department at Washington The coal mine operators of the Jelll 00 district declined to enter Into a wage scale conference with the opera tore from tho Cincinnati Southern di vision and withdrew from tbo meeting In Knoxvlllo The damages caused by the Gulf storm are not as great as at first report ed The L N has succeeded In got ting Its trains out of Now Orleans and telegraphic communication has boon oldest of the Confederates assembled at Lexington Confederate e day were Dr Hall of Maysvlllo in his 02d year and Col Thomas Johnson of Mt Sterling In his 00th year both of Gen Humphrey Marshalls com mandFlvo persons were killed outright and 10 others seriously Injured In Chicago by a collision between a trolley car and passenger train In Brooklyn six people were killed and 20 or more injured by a collision between a loco motive und a trolley car Salts for the recovery of sums aggre gating 813000 alleged to have been withdrawn from the endowment rank Knights of Pythias were filed In the circuit court at Chicago by the supreme lodge of the order against John A Hlneov former president of tbo board of control and Henry B Slolto former I secretary of tbo body The employes of tho Day View plant of the Illinois Steel Company havo do- clded to cat their fortunes with the striking steal workers and this news together with the fact that the River side men at Wheeling bad voted to quit work awakened now enthusiasm In the t ranks of the Amalgamated Association t whoso members now declare that they have hopes of Inducing the South Chi cago workmen to reconsider their notion I There Is a move on foot among the fox hunters of the United States to es tablish a permanent hunting reserva tion in the vicinity ofEstlll Springs at p Irvine Katlll county this State The plan Is to purchase a suitable tract of native forest land which can bo had a a nominal figure Inclose It with a high fence and there breed and train Rey nard for the exclusive purpose of the chase Tho plan further contemplate the erection of a clubhouse stables for horses a kennel for dogs boathouse and other necessary adjuncts y r LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Lutes Co told to S Morgan a load of hogs at 6c W M Aiy era sold to Fox S Logan a family marc for 8100 FOR SALE 8 nice Southdown bucks C C Carpenter Itultoav11l0I We want 20 head of strictly choice 000 pound yearling cattle Lutes fa Co J K Buugbman bought of GUI Mc Cormack 400 barrels of core at 1100 In fieldJames Gentry sold to J A Shuttle worth his faro In Boyle of 205 acres for 20000 Registered Berkshire boar strictly fine for sale R PI Crow Shelby City Ky 3t Sheep belonging to J A Nooo Jas Vorls and John Burgln of Boyle were killed by dog- Selllonmoaoyll now due and I will appreciate It If you will settle at once M S BaughmanaAnaconda beat Prince Alert In a pacing race at Brighton going the sec and beat In 201 Safe family horse not afraid of cars bicycles or anything Tor sale R H Crow Shelby City 2t It is now estimated that Georgias cotton crop this year will amount to over a million bales August Belmont Masterman won the 10000 United States Hotel Stakes at Saratoga Saturday Tbo peach crop of the country Is ee timated at 76000000 a bushel for each man woman and child In the United State C R Martin sold to D N Prcwltt nine 700pound steer at 3Jc and to Bruce S Bright 100 barrel of new corn at DANVILLK COURT Thoro wore few uattle and fewer people at Danville court yesterday and the day was a dull ono Several moles changed hands at 8100 to UfO Boric were dull James DevIne of Morcer planted broom corn In a field next to sorghum muleIis niHe sold for 50000 once and Mr Ear rlman paid 41000 for him He bad 40 trotters with records of 211 to 230 to his credit George Crow of Hustonvlllo tolls the Lexington Democrat that corn is selling at e154inhis section George Is a little off on the prices of farm products since a certain young lady wont West Notwithstanding tbo high price of corn mule are in demand There were four buyers at the Liberty fair and all of them got several They were Fox Logan Danville C T Bobon HUtton vlllo and R L Hubble of this county John Owsley Reid son of Dr Hugh Reid received from 1 N Darker the noted breeder of Berkshire hogs at Thornton Ind Saturday a flee young boar John Owsley Is food of hogs and bo Is determined to have some vory flnoonct Col J P Chandler the clever auc tloneer gives In the following report of the sale of the law J T OHalrs oflcts Horses f55 to ISO cows lIS to t30 farming Implements and household goods sold well A good crowd was present Thomas W Lawson of Boston has purchased from P H Parrisb Mid way u thrco ycar old filly Mary P Loyburn for 10000 She won the first host of tbo Lexington Trotting Futurl ty as a two year old la 221 and worked tn Is year In 215 C E Miller who was hero from Illi note the other day advised his broth era 1n law J C and M B Eubanks to bold their hay for hotter prices He says tbo crop Is very short In his State and the Wet generally and bo believes it will go to 820 per ton before long W W Lyon Co took the follow leg premiums at the Liberty fair Threeyear old harness marc combined mare or gelding saddle mare three years old saddle mare four years old draft horse yearling mule walktrot marc and certificates on harness mare four years old pair mares eweepatako saddle mare and twoyearold mule tbolule05c oats 45c bay 05c per hundred straw 8200 per thousand cows and calves 820 to 830 calves 810 sheep 8140 Horses and farming Implements sold well Stock In the Mlddloburg Liberty plko brought 525 The crowd was good considering the wet day IT SAVED HIS BABY Ny baby was terribly sick with tho diarrhoea we were unable to euro him with the doctors assistance and as a list resort we tried Chamberlains Colic Chol Jtn Doak of Williams Pro I am hap py to say it gave Immediate relief and a complete cure For sale by Craig Rocker druggists National Bank stock sold atIBoyloyesterday MIDDLEBURG A good crowd attended tbo Liberty fair from here Friday despite the very Inclement weather Mrs MacD Royalty Is visiting rel athcs In Lexington William Cullen Bryant has returned from Cbattanoo gaIt has rained every day this week and the roads are In a perfect loblolly The ground li thoroughly wet down a depth of many Inches J C Colllntwortb of Bethel Ridge was here Friday exchanging yarns with tho boys Mr C sold goods hero for a number of years but has retired to the quietude of farm life to spend bis old daysThe Lexington district M E Con ference met hero Tuesday night and continued over Thursday night Many ministers throughout the district and other strangers from a distance were present and the way tbo parsons did paralyze chicken was a caution Mr Thomas Bronsom of this place and Miss Laura B Lanbam were united In the holy bonds of matrimony on the lith at the homo of tbo bride three miles south of town Mr Bransom a promising young man and a hero and veteran of two wars having offered his services to the country at the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican war by en listing in the Oth U S Cavalry when ho was sent to Fort McPherson Ga Desirous of service in the Philippine ho effected a transfer to the 10th U S Intantry where ho saw bard service in Luon and later on Panay and was giv en his discharge In the summer of 99 under the provision of G O 40 Mr B bad enlisted In the 37tb Inf U S V before being given his discharge and it was in the latter organization that he saw hard service In the La La guna district of Central Luzon The bride la a daughter of Rout P Lan ham Is pretty and popular with her hostel admirers who wish tbls young couple long life and prosperity IN NEIGHBORING London has contracted with the London Wagon Co for electric lights J R Bailey of Knox county sold to- O E Smith of Lexington 55000 worth of white oak trees in his county George D Nillor aged 77 died of brain trouble in Garrard He was an exFederal soldier and a man ol James Lawrence of Rockcoule took 15 grains of blue yltrlol In an attempt to take her life but doctors sav ed her The administrator of Wm Mounts who was killed while working for tho L N got 4000 in the Rockcastlo weekI a correct Idea on In the Wayne oil fields one must travel over the road from Burnslde to Montlcello and ceo tbo large number of people passengers and freight wagons that aro passing over tbo road dally Eighty five teams spent the night at ono point on the road recently Somerset Jour nal The Liberty folks have succeeded In depriving themselves of the early morn lug mall which was carried through hero at seven every day A people who will ask to have a dally mail stopped and persist In having toll gates In the county ought not to be allowed a mall any day In the week What would they think of rural delivery down in that part of the world If some ono should suggest such an innovation some of the mossbacks of that town would weight him down and toss him Into the fish pool I wouldnt mention It for a gusher grading 100Dr AI corn In Advocate cordsThe drop of trotting ISSOMaud S 2101 1831MoudS S 2101 1884J ayEye See2101881 Maud S20911855- Maud S2OSI1891- Sunol 208i 1892 Nancy Ranks 207t 1892 Nancy Hanks 2051 1892 Nancy Hanks 204 ISOlAllx 204 1805Allx 203t 1900 Tho Abbot 2031 1000Tho Abbot 2031 1901 Cresceue 2021 lOOlCresceus 2021 W W Wells a barkeeper at Fal mouth commenced a few years ago taking creosote by the recommenda Lion of his doctors for consumption Ho has taken it so long and In such quantities that ho has become so satu rated with It that Illea or mosquitoes will not bother him and If ho stays In a room any length of time the tiles will leave It Ho has become so accustom cd to It that he can take 00 drops at a dose He Is a wonder to the medical profession A lame shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of tho muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamber lains Pain Balm For sale by Oralg locker druggists LANCASTER Mrs J N Denny entertained Friday night In honor of her niece Miss Margaret Beattlo of Clorinda Iowa Dr J M Frazeo Is the guest of Mr H C Jennings and be is again a can didate for commissioner of agricnlturo J W Wllmore bought of J A RobI- nson his handsome residence on Dan vlllo Avenue for 5600 Mr Robinson also sold 60 acres of land tit IUO to W R Cook The continued wet weather has dono cropThomasit Is rotting so badly that he will loose the entire lot The friends of Senator Farris are not at all discouraged by the nomination of Mr Cochran of Casey by the republi cans as they expected to win no mat ter who was nominated Arch the old buggy horse of Mrs Fannie Farra and was buried Saturday Although no procession follow ed the faithful creature to his last rest leg place be will bo greatly missed delightfuiwere Mrs Betsy Johnston and son Stuart of Shenandoah Iowa Miss Nollo Johnston and visitor Miss Grace Hlnhbcrger Mrs M Belle Burnslde and daughter Miss Willie Belle Mlsss Hare of Jessamine and Mire Della Herbergcr of Independence Mo are visiting Mrs Clell JOhnston Miss Hattie Jones of Buckeye spent a week with Mrs Davis at Nicholas vllle Mrs Jonbston and son Stuart of Iowa have been with the formers father Mr T M Johnston for the past six weeks They expect to return to their Western home the 20th Miss Grace Hlrsbbcrger of Pitts burg Pa who has been the guest of Miss Nolle Johnston for the past month leaves for her home in a few days Mrs C D Powell was called by telephone to Mt Vernon to attend the bedside of her slater Mrs W T Short who at this writing Ino better Mrs PattIe Hayes and children of Stanford are with relatives here Sirs James Beazleyls quite sick Eld Jesse Walden age 69 died of pneumonia near Cartersvllle on Sat uaday evening He had gone to that place to preach one week before his death when he became Ill and never recovered sufficiently to return home He was wellknown throughout Con tral Kentucky having been a minister of the gospel for many years He bad been an elder In the Christian church here for a long time and ho will be missed by that congregation and many relatives and friends The funeral is being preached this Monday after noon by Elder A R Moore Burial cemeteryThesented at the drawing when 8100 was given In prizes at the opera bouse Saturday afternoon by the following wide awake merchants of Lancaster Logan Dry Goods Co H M Ballou Co F P Friable W J Romans k Co J R HasetJeu J A Beazley J C Thomp son and Miss Sallie Tillctt The house was crowded and Miss Willie Belle Burnsldo presided at tho piano The following committee was selected to conduct tho drawing R Klnnalrd M F Rout James Thompson Crlt Eu banks Charles Mitchell and William Gooch They selected Sbnrley Hud son to draw tickets from a large can in which 20000 which bad been given to Induce trade were placed One hun dred and fiftyfour were drawn and that many prizes awarded In cash Wi ley Dishon drew ISO J E Allen 825 Benton Ashley 815 and the others were distributed among the people In differ ent sections of the country J M Lc gan manager of the Logan Dry Good Co and promoter of the scheme de livered an address In which he ex plained how the merchants had raised the fund by buying tickets to be given to customers He said that the object was to Induce people who went else where to come to Lancaster to buy goods that our merchants have as good stocks of goods as other towns and that It worked like a charm as Lancaster enjoys more commercial activity than she did a year ago Ho further stated that goods are now sold at a less profit which Is for the public good Fair Dates Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Columbia AUJr201 days Brodbead Aug 213 days Sholbyvllle Aug 274 days Mlddlesboro Aug 203 days Bardstown Sep 35 days daysEllzabetbLon daysSpringfield daysLouisville Sep 23 12 days What most people want is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys ic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot They are easy to take and pleasant in oflect For a lie by Craig Ilocm Druggists L 2 ivA f tiiT I ti iSrh == = yW = = I jj BARGAINS AT TiE GLOBe tf h 11re have selected nil odd lots of fancy suits Vt from our stock and will sell them this week for 11 j NJany iEl sarrl1Csc goods will be sold for cash only and tIdno exchanges rih a ri IEITPAYS TO TRADE AT h THE GLOBE ii Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing ytftri Your money back If joure not satisfied fl mILLER HIRSCH Danville 0 Successors to J L Frohman Co p = = = r ia Q Q rdrrrr r 0riJyr tvF Mai If1t f uRu Se IJ elUe Sqqj- w r tJob Lots j troil Q a 17 The end of the season finds us all JJ r R with remnants and job lots We dont want them but want the money jt and the to make them move is to owat 50 CENTS CASH A few 50c neg J ligees to close at 35 CENTS CASH Straw hats from 25c to 150 all go jSJ qt25c each e gl 1Ct TERMS CASH fte H J McROBBRTS o k t w t +rA f 5f i Ii Iif lfSi I CHAPPY FARMII HIGGINS McKINNEY Stanford f I Id REAM SODA I 1 t Pure Jersey Crean x fFlavors PENNYSDRUG f Go TO W B McRoberts t Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead 1 s M Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint VarnishandtVarnish Stainst t I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON SAPS It on top In Louisville agale He won a complete victory in the reo publican State Central Commit meeting and the action of the committee Is a virtual indorsement of bls course A resolution to abolish the republican county executive committee and depose Mr Sapp as chairman was defeated by a vote of six to live The committee finally adopted a com promise resolution which was drawn by Mr Sapp and his friends What Mr Sapp wanted was done and the reult of the meeting will not change the 10 cal situation so far as Mr Sapps power is concerned The members of the committee who formed the opposition to the collector were A T Wood C O Reynolds and W J Wllmore and George D Todd and John Barrett who held proxies Sapp is a horse when It comes to running things and as we be- lIeve he is running the republican party into the ground we are glad to see that his fellow republicans cant stop him A SOCIETY for the suppression clap rlous titles has been formed in RIcl mond Va Tbe constitution of the society says that seemingly all the prl votes were killed in the civil war aDd there are left few officers with a lower rank than colonel It is to be hoped that the efforts of the society will not extend to Kentucky for shorn of hili military title there would be little lelt of the average citizen who must eltb er be a colonel a judge a doctor or a professor to be anybody rt THAT Judge Bailey and the fiscal court have a right to feel proud over their management of the countys al fairs no one who reads the addret to the citizens and taxpayers on our fourth page will gainsay Thousand of dollars of Jhe countys moneys have been saved since Judge Bailey took charge of affairs and his record is a magnificent one in fact one that should make him even closer to the peopl generally and voters particularly THE republicans in the Senatorial convention at Danville Saturday adopted resolutions denouncing the Goebe n law and the proposed redistricting of the State The rads are never happle than when denouncing and as they have got to denounce something It seems they can hurt about as little bv their tirade against the Goebel law and the redistricting proposition as any- thingr else so let them denounce to their hearts oontent t AT New Haven Conn a woma weighing 350 pounds amuaed herself b Bitting on a railroad track and prevent- Ing trains from running An attempt to scare her was made by running an t engine within six inches of her but that only made her enjoy the situation the more She was finally arrested CHAIRMAN JONES was not willing to Invest quite all of the democratic na tlonal committees funds in Coin Harvey books and thats whats the matter with Coin says the Paducah Democrat and we do not know but what that paper has diagnosed the case right HERES looking at you Gov Beck ham Youre not only making a mod el governor but you are obeying the scriptural Injunction to multiply and replenish the earth May your little daughter bf the source of great pleasure and comfort to you THE suggestion of Attorney General R J Breckinridge for governor suits us exactly We are for the gallant old exConfederate for anything he wants Nothing is too good for him and few things are good enough In our humble estimation TILE Paris Democrat believing the truthfulness of the lines Tis pleasant euro to see ones name In print makes personal mention of everything and everybody Its last edition had nearly four columns devoted to personals TilE Louisville Times very truthful ly says Japhet In Search of His Father had an easy thing of it com pared with the hopeless hunt of Sapps seekers for a decent man to run for mayor POLITICAL The postoiilce at Glass Harlan coun ty will be discontinued Aug 31 W F Scherer will be appointed post master at Gan Creek Wayne county Collector Sapp Is tickled over the scramble for his job He says the more the merrier The Pennsylvania democratic con vention in Harrisburg adopted a platform dealing entirely with State Issues The democratic convention In Vir ginia adopted a platform which expresses admiration for all the leaders of the party from Jefferson to Bryan I It has been decided by acting colic itor of the treasury that Porto Rico is not entitled to the five cents per pound protection duty on coffee from the United Statee- Repreaentatlve Borelnjj hesitated long time about turning out a widow Mrs Mary Tuggle as postmaster at Monticello In favor of J M Kennedy r But when she finally married Kennedy It waa an easy matter to settle r lil 11IIflllllJ tp WI TN L McKINNEY The drouth cut the melon crop unue wally short In this section Watermol one a size larger than a good egg are being sold readily at a nlcklo apiece Yee the long delayed rains have come and vegetation has revived Pas turcs that two weeks ago looked as dry as sedgefields are now beautifully carol peted with natures green and look lovely as they did in May Some farmers who have had weeksI of dry weather during which might have stacked their wheat areI fen IIhOCklBowThe most prolific plum crop Jratbered In many years has jusi ripened In thls section The fruit has been fine and ofI rood flavor Apples peaches and pears ire plentiful and selling not unreason ibly high There is a shortage In the Irish potato crop that oven an extra rood turnip yield could not make up Middleton A Grays oil well machini cry is on the side track here and VIII ie unloaded and put In operation on G Terry 3 farm next week Other speculators will begin Investigations here in the near future and as those who claim to know say the prospectsI are goon we are hoping that vlll soon strike lie somebodyI novo over now If she desires Some weeks ago the writer recelvt a letter from the Cincinnati Post pUb ishers asking him to Interest In behalf of the Fresh Air himselfI he benefit of some of serving poor The Posts plan was to ecure homes where children would be entertained free of charge for two weeks Without making personal ape peals we secured good homes for 10 wired the Fresh Air editor andI iffer was accepted by wire and lays noon train brought the children 11 boys and five girls apparently as nice a company of little folks as could have been gathered In Lincoln count They range in age from six to 13 veara and those who are entertaining tbem are delighted with them We have heard of but one of the visitorsai that one a boy of nine years Vhose mother Is in a hospitalwho seems In he least Inclined to be rude There Isa joy In entertaining these little peopl not found In ordinary visitors Since heir arrival here we have had oopllci Ions for 11 others but school will eoon iegln in their home city and their out Inlt will be short Those entertainln the children now are G S McKinney james Lamb W A Coffey G A ugbes W D Gooch J B William Mrs Vina Carson A A Yocum M C Tanner C T Owens J H Vanbook C Mobley and the writer it matters bOt who she is- THIS AND THAT Lowry Nabb died In church in Caldwell county The L S N has bought the Shelby vllle Bloomfield S Ohio road for 8150 0TbomaeR Gordon of Louisville will be chief attorney for Jim Howard at his second trial ExTown Marshal Harvey Moore of orehead shot and killed Finn Toll var at that place A W Graham firstvicepresident of the L S N is dead at Bay View Mich His home was In Louisville The Mexican government has decided to wage war on the gambling hous- ea No more licenses will be Issued Nonunion men from the South are coming to the rescue of the steel opar ators and some of the plants will startup William Ragon banged himself at Chickamauga Tenn on account of the troubles ofhls sister who cowhided lawyer Three men were killed and 11 others were injured by the explosion of molten metal in a blast furnace in Youngs town O- King McNamara who killed Jacob Keller In Lexington and lied Is said to- have been shot to death at Denver Col by a sheriff There were 007735 pensioners on tbe- rolls Juno 30 The total disbursements for pensions from July 1 1700 to June 30 1001 aggregated 127635003 Sixtyfive lives are reported lost In- the wreck of the Alaskan line steamer lander off Douglass Island Many iondlkers throw away their treasures to save their lives- CHURCH MATTERS Elder Mark Collie of Lexington scored the Elks fair in hla sermon Sun dayElder J G Livingston writes that he- hae Just closed a 10daye meeting at- Soapers resulting In 25 additions and- adds We are rained out Rev J S Wilson of Winchester cl05ed a protracted meeting of two weeks with the Baptist church oV n- Vernon Shelby county with 28 oddl tlonsl4he meeting at the Christian church continues to grow In Interest Elder Graham Frank is an able expounder of- the gospel and preaches two good sere- mons daily He preached Sunday al- ternoon to men only INCINNATI SUNDAY RATESThe- regular biweekly Sunday excursion Queen Crescent Route Sunday Au un 25th All the Summer attrac tlons of the Queen City are open Ask- tlccet agents for rates and time of- trains W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O I liu1elTHE LOUISVILLE STORESG- reat J Closing Out To Quit I Business Sale Is Still On And will continue to go on until our entire stock is closed out Thousands have i profited here the past six weeks beyond their fondest hopes This is a of a to buy good goods at about half their actual value we must get rid of these goods and slaughtering prices will do it quicklyIt HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR MONEY SAVERS Yard Wide Brown Cot IHeavy ton cut to Ladies Fine Percale Shirt I Waists worth 50 to 75c cut to Good Pearl Buttons all sizes I worth lOc cut to Ladies fine kid Gloves worth I 150 and 2 all sizes shades cut to Corsets Summer ILadies and col worth 50c at Table Oil Cloth white IBest fancy worth 25c a yard cut to I Ladies Wrappers made of best Sea Island Per- cales I wrth 125 I Fine Table Linen 60 in wide white plain or fancy I Mens Percale Shirts collar cuff attached worth 75c off be to th ese I HUBBLE Eggs are worth lOc per dozen on this market now R L Hubble bought a few mules a the Liberty fair L G Hubble Is having a large els tern dug at his new barn Jess Lynn of Danville bought some cows and heifers here the first of the week at 2i to 4c Elder Moores sermons are drawing large crowds to the protracted service at the Christian church each night and much good is being done Good rains have fallen though DOt enough to thoroughly wet the ground There will be at least a half a crop or corn raised yet If It remains seasonable C E Miller and wife and Estill Wit mot returned to their home a few days ago at Rochester Ill Mrs Sarah Eu banks accompanied them to spend the Tall and perhaps the winter months T C Rankln has gone to Wayne county the mule brays down to see bow strong there H J Luce Is visiting relatives at Nlcholasvlllo Many of this com tnunltv attended the Lexington fair We regret to learn of the serious ill tees of Prof T M Goodknlght W EJ Underwood has returned from Wy oming Mrs J M Rankle and chit Iron are Judge D B Redwine was married at It Sterling to Mrs Nellie Hurst Clark Fox of Mercer and Miss Let tie May Prather of Woodford were married by Rev J B Crouch Nellie the 15yearold daughter of Ir and Mrs M G Reynolds of Bee Lick and GIllls Colson eloped to Jel leo last week where they were wilted In the holy bonds of matrimony- Of 400 school teachers recruited from all of the country for service In the Philippines and whb had never met the transport liD IIUC before urobed to the wiles of Cupid In the first few out and at Honolulu one lergyman officiated at 30 marriage ercmonles n 4C 39c Ia 95c rI i 15c ilo h 75c g 39c Bargainstt The Louisville PulackiMATRIMONIAL 5h I69c 28ct QCottagc three room and kitchen Ilac contain two acres Nice garden Some fruit Situated on Danville Avenue MRS MARY WHOKTON NONE BUT GENUINE I handle fleeting Harvciter Rjtras and Fixtures lint keep none but the genuine Unless the name Deerlng appears or them you may know their are not genuine D CAKlENTKK Ilnitonvllle NOTICE Lot of yearling Southdown and Sbrop ihlredown Uncle for sale Also several thousand feet of lumber to trade for horses sheep cattle or hog Blue grain seed tot sale L 0 DUNN Mt Salem Ky Painting Experienced men to do It und work guaran teed You can haws your old vehicle made new for very little money J II OUEEU Stanford Ky RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL SPRINGS KY Is now for gueU Everything is In splendid order the water is plentiful and the grounds present it pleant ap pearance Ouet be given at button Rates Adults aS per week clill dren under 13 years of age 7 50 hone 350 per week For further Information apply to W M VAUGHAN GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH 1 have located at Grab Orchard In Oeo Holme itore near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people worth of your money You will always dud bargains at my store I am seiling socond hand Olothhtg ttl noW wise new Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods Fine Shoes late Caps etc loping that you will not forget to pat rontzo mo promising you fair treatment I give you a Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain Store Call and see me when come to town Wo will sell Hour and meal from Morris Freds Fume Roller Mill Stanford at prices It sold at the Exchange IIAROAIN STORE M REIgEIt Inon Ladies Black Mohair Fan cy Dress Skirts well made and trimed a Mens Bal Underwr worth 75c garment at Ladies Sample Shoes worth 1 to 3 cut to t Mens Fine Shoes Lace or worth 150 JMens Fine Straw Hats worth 50 or 75 cents cut to Cheviot Worsted and Cassimere Knee Pantsi made to sell at 50c Knee Pants Suits all worth 2 a suit i Mens Fine Suits made to sell at 850 ofithem- r r Mens extra good Drilling Drawers bleached or brown Kibo Kid Medium Heavy Heel I t 1 I I l I I I i I t I I l WE GUARANTEE ARTICLE AS J I Dont put coming This may your last chance get Store yesterday FOR RENT Repairing yourI RUSSELL CINCINNATI French 1Congress ilBoys Large I 9Sc 39c 69c 98c 39c 25c 980 498 24c EVERY Itand tAe I Y SEC IITHAT THIS Jr a if The famous shoe TRo womenISON EVERY A SHOE This shoe oomtJlntll style tlUo Our Fall Styles Are Now ORen I 1 Call And See Them t Cumminsft New Goods New FirmAnd Every Day is Bargain Day Where You Find Everything Perfectly Fresl And you have a Nice New Stock to select from Yourjpatronago willtho appreciated Goods delivered promptly Call andseo us WaW5 SAUNDERS Phone 88 110 COt Tr rTi r r e t I TIIEINTERIURJUIIRAL STANFORD Kv Aru 20 IDOl t TRY the Judge Tart cigar for n cholca smoke at Pennys Drug Store OUR prescription work It uniurpass Pennystiru5 PERSONALS J L TOTTEN U tn Lebanon on bUll ncn MRS J W ADAMS to vlilUnt In LouUvlllo t K BORN to the wife ot faarlhall Her rlntraion MRS ANNIE ESOLEMAN li at TarP- S trent opnuKB ELD DJ PINICUHTON preached at London Sunday MRS W C SHANKS and Ilartwell are in Lexington Miss DOItA UAUUIIUAN left Friday for Lake Gbautauqua MR U n PETTUS spent last week with bit father at Somerset COL R M JACKSON of London was hero between train Sunday CtUM SPALDINU of Lebanon U with hit brother T P Hill Spaldloct DR R A JONES and O 0 Roller Jr were In Lexington last week Miss LAURA HELM of New York l City U with Mr Martha Paxton f MRS W It MANIKII of Nashville U visiting the family of flon JSOwf ley at Walnut Flat MISSES PEARL HCRNSIDB and Susan Fliher and Annie Dello Woods aro at Grab Orchard Springs MR AND MRS JAMBS I HAMILTON of Lancaster were hero Sunday tho latter to sue Dr Peyton ATTORNEY W J DROWN of Somer l eft who Is rusticating at Crab Orchar- M Springs was here Friday MR SAMUKL LACKEY wlfo and baby of Harrodiburg aro with his father Hon Q Ar Lackey MR SANKORD M ALLEN of Millers Ijrp spent Saturday and Sunday with bU wife at Mr E P Wood JAMBS GRISSOM and wife of llllsi Adair county spent several days wither h r parents Mr and Mrs Horton DR U ATRAYLORot Dryantsvlllo f i was onyoilerdays train en routo to I Columbia to visit relatives and friends A C MARTIN of Lincoln county Is hire to buy a few oil wells and grow u with the country Somerset Journal t Miss UALLIE NBVIUS save a de llghtful party last night in honor of her Mil Reoa Baker of Mt 1sVeroonMns KiTTlE KING of Crab Orchard spent several day with friends hero on her return from a visit to Somenct relatives MR DUNCAN GOODLUEaad wife ot Garrard were hero Saturday In an ewer to an advertisement they taw in this paper MRS W S GRINSTEAU daughter Nettle and ton Letcher of Taylor I Title arrived Saturday to visit Mr E H Beazley MR KiNDiticic ALCORN and Ml Sophia Alcorn visited Mr Kato Kin f driok at Somerset last week She bat been qulto tit IROFM D 11 tO liES Lancaster next city Judge and one of the clever est gentlemen on earth was hero a I short while Friday Miss DKSSIE MARRS who bas been with her sister Mr L M WetterOeld several weeks returned to her homo at Campbelltvillo yesterday MISSES KATHERINE AND EDNA DAUGHMAN ot Huitonvllle and Ml 1 Annie Evans Bright of Daovlllo a tended tho lalrLox Democrat MISSES JEAN CROSS of Lexington I Lucy Grocery of Itlebmond Pearl Conner of Nelson and Emma Van tickle of Boyle are visiting MIle Nannie and Virginia Goodloo In Gar rard I HIGGINS WOODS of Cincinnati spent Sunday with his mother and sif ter hero nigglns Is a tine young man and wo are glad ho Is doing so well in She Queen City MR AND MItS J S WELLS left yes terday for Atlantic City While ab sent Mr Wells will run up to Now York whore be will put In a few lIars purchasing drugs and sundries Dan 7 vllle Newt SENATOIt GEO T FAltitis attended jhe Liberty fair and was one of tho most popular men present Ho knows more people in Casey than many of the old rcaldonters Mr Jako Joseph al- bt Lancaster accompanied him MR W W LAWWELL and his handsome wife who was Miss Marjorie t Shelby are spending u month at Crab Orchard Springs They showed their good judgment by choosing this charm lag summer resort In preference to taking u bridal tour MRS KATK MILLER has rented her residence on Lancaster street to Mrs Annie Withers and will wo arc sorry to say i move to rili Mrs Wit ere rented her bouse on Danville Av- duo I to the trustees ol the proposed graded school to be used as a class roomMn CHARLES WHEELED of Huston vlllo has been the guest of his son IJr Carl Wheeler Miss Lllllo Peyton of Stanford who has been the guest o- rt relatives here for a week leaves Tues day for her homo She will be accom panled by Mrs E P Slbold and Miss Annie Slbold Lexington Democrat Ji U HON G M DAVISON u ill MR J G SEARGENT of Port Ar tbur Texas u heroIMRS Lou rival in Shelby county MISSES ALICE AND PEARL WHITE CatoyJfor Mankota Mine on legal business MRS BC WILLIAMS and dau btcr WILonMRS MARTHA YOUNG of Versallloi was with her nephew Mr E T Bcaz ley several days ALL the preachers In town took dinner with Elder Joseph Dallou Friday and they had a jolly time MRS KATE MILLER of Stanford bee bought the Alex Dunn property In Danville savs the Advocate KINDIUCIC ALCORN of this place will assist Prof L C Bojley in Centre College Acaacmy next session MRS S M Owls has returned bbeenDelioRoOtCltv to visit Rev tienrge O Barnes and family MASTER JULIUS SALLEE and sister Mies Mario Barnes Sallee of Harrods burg are with their uncle Sheriff S M Owens wlfoiJctTcrson Terrace during the conclave at LouUvlllo next week MR A E GlliiiONS wife and son and Mlu Leo Bobbltt ot Danville leave today for an extended eastern tourMONTEZ the handsome Mttlo ion e Mr hon W Fish pas been quite fever at Its grandmother Mr M Fishs at Crab Orchard Mn AND MRS GEORGe C KELLER liardrodtburg spent Sunday with Mr as Mrs George C Keller Jr PROK CIIARLUS G DUUCHETT of Antioch Tenn hoe been elected prin cipal of the malo school on the hill He s said to be a very fine teacher MRS M U COLLINS and little daughter Mary Augusta who have been with her sitter Mm S M Owen returned to tbolr home at Kenieo yctterdav MR LBWIS BCRTNHTT who has been working In this office for the past two months wont to Uarrodtburg Sunda BoPan exceptionally good printer and very clover gentleman LOCALS FOR SALE Nice cooking stove See It at tbo College at Uuttonvlllo S STOCK your winter coal In Augutt and you will save money J H Baughman fc Co THE people aro fobthat Wlt ers Furniture Store Is the place to buy goods at right price QueenQuality Mec ICO nODS 1140 Ibi American Woven Wire Fence Will sell at a very 10 price Call and get It Geo II Fe rUCo lATEST Improved Superior Grain Drill at Higgins it McKlnnoys MR A C SINE the lumber dealer has taken the bankrupt law Ho Is deeply Involved WK will till your coal bouto during taeth it FOR SALE OR RENT Residence on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Inquire of E C Walton FINE VEHANDAA T Traylor has Just added a veranda to his prettv home near Traylors distillery at u cost of HOOoreo IEEl ourWithers Pure taro Store Ho Is soiling furniture carpets wall paper etc ht prices that will please you JOE ton of Davo Embrv colon who was throws from a mule and hu about tho pond died Friday Ho was unconscious nearly a week GOING BOREAn Eastern Com pany unloaded a lot of oil machinery at McKlnnov last week and us soon as a wsoon near tho point where wells wore bored for oil by Judge Varnon John C Cooper and others Two young men who ought to have been attending too protracted mooting at tho Christian church but wore not tried to exterminate each other here Saturday afternoon but wore separated before much damage was done They confessed when brought to trial and wero fined 8260 As this la their fi offense wo will withhold names SPECIAL TRAIN On account of tho Knights Templar Conclave at Louis villo the L Nwill run a special train Tuesday morning 27th r Richmond which will pass hero at 624 and which will arrive In Louisville in abundant time to see tho grand parade A rate of ono taro for the roundtrip U offered Tho train will leave Louis ville at 830 READYTO WEAR felts Mn Kirby and Miss VanDeveer ITODD pOOTT of Lancaster has bought Oreenbrlar Springs Set our line of wheat drills before you buy George H Farrl Co YOUR account li ready Please call and settle at once Miss Llccle Benz Bey IT has rained every pgsince Sunday week and the end of the downfall Is not in sight MISS will end week in her gallery hero instead of In Coney as advertisedaBRODHEAD The INTERIOR JOURNAL man will boat the Brodbead fair Thursday or Friday or probably both days See him If you have any business with this paper Tim Eubanks uts Mineral Co has een formed at Lexington T W W H Henderson A H Smltbers and George Oliver of Eu banks are among those Interested TilE address to the citizens and taxpayer of this county on our fourth patio is worthy of your careful perusal It shows how carefully and savingly the democratlo fiscal court has manag ed the countys affairs during too last tour years 4 WANT to get eglass of beer boo fore I go home said a Highland mooc to his wife at they passed by a saloon on Depot street Saturday All right Ill go in and take one with you an swcred the wife The bluff worked andfwagLdry enough to spit dust THE Brodbead fair begins tomorrow drbelt fair ever held there Prcsldeut Cherry Secretary Tato and all coco corned have worked herd for too sue eels of their enterprise and we sincere Iy hope they will not be disappointed Remember you can have too best time and make money go further at Drod head than any place In too country TOOK A HEN TO CUURCIlA hon with an Inclination to set was taken to the Turnerivllle church a few Sun day ago by tbo family of Mr Islali gooUshe decided to set Tho family the vehicle to church enjoyed the set moo and wero returning home whet her henshlp began to cackle Invests gatlon showed that old domlneck was with them and bad been all along their journey 5 61toTMee Jennie Brown an excellent young Casey county lady Odiho e veer at tbo Liberty tall Saturday af ternoon and may die from the effects it The leaden missile struck her chin and ranged downward Indicting a fear ful wound Talk ol lynching the Ne was freely indulged in but the efUclent sheriff T J Bell with others hurried him off to town and locked him u prevloualras to the trouble at the time of the hootln Some say that Paul cursed him others that Vandeveer walked up to Paul and told him to show his fact tiring as soon as he turned around unfortunate that an innocent lady should suffer and probably lose he r life by too recklessness of an infuriated Negro and Vandeveer should be taught a lesson for what he has done BUSH Capt Harry T Bush drop pod dead at his home In Boyle county Sunday evening about 7 oclock Ho had just started out to milk and had hardly gotten out of tbo yard when death struck him ills wife hoard tno fall and rushed to his side to find that life was extinct Whether apoplexy or heart disease caused tho death Is not known but It la more than likely that It was too former as Capt Bush was apoplectic subject Capt flush move to this county from Clark many years and married Miss Kate Cobb rtdnughteroltoo late Mr Richard Cobb She died some 10 years ago and on Sept 1809 he married Miss Bettlo Harris who survives Mr Bush was a floe gentleman a congenial companion and bad as many friends as any man In this section Ho was a successful auc tioneer and a good farmer Par years he served as an ofllccr in the Christian church beret where ho hold his met bership notwithstanding his ramov to Boyle He loved his church and w present at Us every service He love to meet his friends there and ho will bo sadly missed by the largo congrega tlon every member of which held him In high esteem A good man has fallen let his splendid example be emula ted Capt Bush was about 00 years JrRichard who arrived a few hours after his fathers death Funeral services will be con ducted at the Christian church at 1030 this AM by Rev J W Hagln after goodoman will be laid to root in Buffalo Cemetery Mr Bush attended church hero Sunday afternoon and looked the picture of health His sudden taking off has cast a gloom over this entire section SCHOOL Boosts and school supplies at Craig Sr Hookers A RUNAWAY team ran Into Dr Cooks buggy yesterday and broke it up considerably LEAVE your order today closed Wednesday and Thursday Invoicing Hlgglns S McKinney- DIVIDENDSTheme Huotonville fair will declare a dividend of about 23 per cont we aro told The Liberty lair will also declare a mall dividend NEWS comes that Mr D B Edmls ton will destine the republican noml nation for county judge Hon B B King has not yet accepted the nomination for representative and well wager bo wont IT Is all bo11being found while digging an icehouse near Mt Salem but It bat been nearly 20 years alto since the incident occurred said Mr A B Austin of that section Sat ardav Mr George S McKinney told ut about rise find but we had no idea that be was giving us occurrences of antebellum days LIIIERTY bad a good fair notwith standing too rain of each day and it Is likely tho stockholders will make a div idend on their investment Crowds es ti mated at 600 to 1000 were present Friday and Saturday The show of otock was too best ever seen at Liberty and the talc would have been a re ord breaker bad not the elements behaved as they did JUDGE VARNON DEFEATEDJudge W E Varnon who was a democrat until a few years ago and who made a fight for tho republican nomination for State Senator saw defeat staring him In the face at the convention at Dan ville Saturday afternoon and did net have his name presented W B Cocb politIcalneeded and he got tho nomination unanimously Mr Cochran is a clever gentleman but Is rot Senatorial tlmj bar by a jug full and he will prove a soft thing for tbo democratic nominee Senator George T Farris who Is popular all over the district and especially so In Mr Cochran county Mat William Goodloe of Danville was chair man of the convention and A B Flor ante of this place secretary The committee on resolutions was composed Owens Casey N K Tunis eBoyle W E Varnon Lincoln and William Horndon Garrard A reso soften denouncing legislation which might array the classes against the masses was adopted Nominee Is to Hon Vincent Borelng for U S Senator and tho Congreismans fine hand played quite a part In the convention SEAROENT As stated In our teat Is sue Mrs ousan Sear ent died of the injuries she sustained by a tall She was 60 years old and bad lived In this county a good portion of per long life having been born la Rockcastle and moved hero many years ago She was rothe widow of John B Seargent who preceded her to the grave 14 year Early In life Mrs Seargent waited with beenpa was a rouser attendant at the services of tieRdper last years with per daughter Mrs devottoI0 bold Besides Mrs Laslcy J B Sear Rent of Port Arthur Texas Hugh Seargent of this county and Dr Andrew Seargent of Hopklnsvtlle are loft to mourn the loss of a kind and In dulgent Christian mother They wet spared a mother longer than the eve ago soon and daughters but that make tbolr loss all too harder to bear and it they have mush sympathy Att short services by Rev J W Hagln Friday afternoon too remains wero taken to Buffalo cemetery and laid away to await too resurrection morn lorthetaoktuptd A hat ten a In the above court wlllbe Kj on heldattheo0iceottAettfereelneunfonltruw R ui comeheroniFARM FOR RENT A nlco clean farm near Cedar Creek Station ou L t N containing 147 acres 00 acres togo In corn about 20 In wheat 20 In oats and the roar In grata Address W T TUCKER TripdsVia The From DanvilleTo Account G A R Encampment Sept 1014- W C Itlnears on G P A Cincinnati BARGAIN PRICES In Ready Mixed Paints For THE CASHi After the rain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Save you money if you will call r I I I an heat I i Groceries Hardware Stoves Glassware Call and see stock at house carrythe New Columbian Stoves and full line of JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Just a few of those Manish Ideal Patent Kid Oxfords left and we will close them out at less than factory The most shoes for t ladies shown this season are made i by leaders of fashion HANAN t SONS JOHN P JONES I New CWf 1 McCall Bazaar I Only lOc and None Higher Subscribe for McCall Magazine with all the late fashions 50c per and get a pattern free We keep erfitting pattern made Call for Sep tember fashion plate free j 1 Sons ii3 UGGIES UGGIES UGGIES The Largest Selected Stock WoHave 150 Ranging In Price From 5oo To 50000 181aploTlnwau rChinoKetrlKerators ourftl other J1Stoves ManfashionOxfords pricestuptodate the Stuiifrod Feature Patterns 15c yearj orderings Severance Vehicles bouJbtfOur vehicles were for cash in car lots wofrthanKentucky Our Llncolni tIyover 1 We Claim to Retail Buggies For Less Than Somo people Pay For Them Bruce a Bright Danville l lI u o 7T l nf J i iC S THEJNTERIORJOURNAL Entered n the potiofflct at Stanford at tcondClcut tnatk- r31sabYiahaiaaaitay waQ7Traw9- ar 1 PER YEAR CASH aRWhennot sopaldtaaCO will becharged MONEY TO LOAN f In sums of one thousand dollars nnd over on terms only at 5 per cent Lone time and easy payments W A TKIBIILE StnStanford Ky A Se PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky OJctoTer McEobtrUDrog Store In the Owiltj I nuudlnt R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higgins A McKlnneys Stor Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mills JB McKINNEY Prop MoXinney xrMako and keep constantly on hand thi of Flour Meal Shlpstuff Bran Chick en Feed Sc Prices very reasonable Cue tom grinding specialty D Y Kennedy Miller Executors Notice I TThecreditor ofN Vandeveer decd I are herebuv notified to present their claim r against estate by Eept 1901 duly proven BS required law All person owing said estate are requested to settle This Oth day of July 1001 MARTHA VANDEVEER Executrix of the will of D W Vandeveer FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on hand andI tar sale at all time W Logan Wood Manager FART FOR SALE I Containing 153 acres two miles south ot McKinney on Mlddleburg pike ITS acre under fence and 165 line twi dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold in two tracts of about amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J MOBLEV McKinney Ky H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 100090- BacccMor to The Fanners Rank A Trust Compen and under same management contlnu- touily for Years Solicits Your Bank AccountsHoplozsucb builneo relations will prove mutes ly beuefldal and pleu- vmocroftSl I B Faxto- nJB O rtleT Sr JJJ liiinefet A W Carpenter W H Qutumlct J L LynnS Bbanki J F Cub J 11 Owtlcy OFFICERS Sn Shanks Irestdentl- J DOwleCalblerW M Aut Cub FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CifiUl Stock 850000 Sttrplni 110000 This Institution originally established u the De posltBank of Stanford in 1833 then reorganized at th National Dank of Stanford In and agair organized as tb First National Dank ol Stanford 1117 Has had practically an uninterrupted exist ace for years It Is better supplied now wit r facilities for transacting business promptly and nrally than ever before In Its long and bonoiab e career Accounts ol Individual Bduclarles ifldlndlTldnali solicited Daacrou 7 lUU Lincoln Co J T narrlII I JSHocktr Jlt Walton JW TP Hill Jaj Robinson J B Hooker PredleitJa X HaydsnStaafo B H Bangbman W A TrlblU I M JUCoUlsrCrabOrcV DElmor9tsnford lIubLleI orngsa J McBoberU Ctsh el Valuable Property For Sale I I WIMI to sell privately my dwelling and lot at Turnersv lie The house II n com fortable one und there li on the lot a store house blacksmith shop and tenant house Outbuildings are numerous and In good repair Apply to me for terms and further description of the property MRS E BAILEY Turnersvtlle Ky IERDILLEHAY Manufacturer of BRICKTAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Pri- ceeMONEY I Life Insurance bought or money loaned on them to J S OWSLEY JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply TO PROPERTY OWNERS- For fair and liberal adjustments of losses I recommend to nil property owners of alev und adjoining counties Tho Rome In suranee Company of New York represented bv Jesse D earen Stanford Ky it Insured my property In the abcve corn psoy and lost my property tire Juno 18 for which the company settled with me promptlyand liberally Respectfully OEO O D YIS DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept IS and 10 examined and glasses scientificallyadjusted Office hours 0 a mtto p m Farmers Roller Mills STAKFOM ST MORRIS FRED PROPBIETOR t desire to announce to the public that am ready to do any and all kinds of grind- Ing and that I will lot all times furnish the best o- fnoor Meal Shipstuff Chicken Food Etc At the very lowest price and I solicit a share of your patronage promising to give you the very best results me but bear lu mind always that I need you patronage MORRIS FRED Pror Drs Slaving Phillips OSTEOPATHISTS Will be In DinrUle Mondays Wednesdays end Fridays Will be In Stanford Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays OAceln the Penninjton UalIdInfJSUntordOI ace hours 9 to 1210 to r x OSTEOPATHYT- his Science originated and by Dr A T Still of JtlrksTlIlt Mo depends on the principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Ito re no rubbin- gnosargialopenllonsandclalm blogsuper- natu Osteopathy rlevs man ts a machine of so many urta Us Is adjustment When aU patty are properly adjusted and not overworked health the result some of the dlwasea treated by us Nervous rwtraUon Henrtwbw Neuralgia Rheumatism Catarrh Weak Eyes Granulated Lids Goitre Hart Liter Diseases Constipation Pile Enlarged 1roitiate all Blomj uh and Intestlnaf trouble Diseases of Cunratutes Dislocations btlffJolnU ParllshSincontinenceofUrlae LocamotorAtax- a tr Consultation + G+ MccbMY t1NDEB1 AltER Manufacturer and Dealearl- nBABNESS SADDLERY 8sO Stanford Ky BEAZLEY It HAYSV- NDERTAEERS DKALEBS U Furnlturc1tlatUnlsRugsAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY To The Citizens and Taxpayer of Lincoln County Ifccoguiziug the right of the clti Zeus and taxpayers of tho county to know the condition of tho fiscal nffilirs of the county I hereby Submit the following plain Flnloruont of facts I or their consideration AVlien the lrCtI ant Fiscal Court of Lincoln coun came into office in January 1808 there was nu existing bonded iudel tI edness nmounting to liltyuinq thot and eight hundred 59800 withI no sinking fund established hnnr former court to iueet said iudcbte nets at iu muturity notwithstaudit ton thousand 10000 dollars of this indebtedness fell duo during 1818 Tho 50800 bonded indebtedness had accumulated as follows 810000 of bonds dated Sept 3 1888 nud due in ten years bearing C percent interest issued to build turnpikes 7000 of bonds dated July 12 1897 due in 20 years payable after five year bearing G per cent interest refunded bonds 85000 of bonds dated Jul 14 1890 due in ten years payab in one year bearing 6 per cent interest issued to build turnpikes 85000 of bonds dated April 8 1805 duo in 20 years payable after 10 years honr ing 6 per cent interest These bonds were issued to meet a deficit in county revenue 82800 of bond dated Dec 1 1897 flue in 30 year and not payable sooner blearing per cent interest issued to pay for turnpikes Jt will be observed that these bond were issued to run an nnrcasonnbl length of time and lore a high rate of interest The court at once under took to provide for the payment of all fie above bonds at their maturity and to refund the issue of tho 32800 of IIUlIIithThe old court had purchased in 1807 several turnpikes amounting to outlofconsumed all of the surplus rcvcntu for that year consequently thw cour was compelled to refund the issue of the bonds due Sept 3 1898 in tho absence ofn sinking fund that hat not been established by the old court and issuer 810000 of bands jwyabli after five years bearing 5 per cent n saying of 500 and to run one hal the time of the hoods refunded nut receiving premium of 279 tor the bonds so issuer In 1808 tho preseu Fiscal Court established tho first sink ing fund tho county ever lint and ir 1900 paid olftho entire issue of 5001 af bonds of date July 14 1800 and tow has on hands funds sufficient and ivailable to pay oil the entire issue ol 57000 of bonds due July 12 1002 md is in the market to buy bonds of Mid issue on reasonable 0110 rings Immediately utter the present court ascertained that tho old court had is SUet 32800 of lands to run 30ycui nt 5 jwr cent interest with no right escrvcd to the county to redeem them before maturity it made a vigorous and aggressive effort to secure the pOSiCi ion und cancellation of these ands and after a determined contest ucceeded in securing thorn although tho first installment of interest had been paid on the bonds and soma of aid lands hud been pledged as collat eml security hcertuin holders for lieu of these bonds the present ourt issued three separate series of bond two of said series of 15000 ach and one of said series of 2800 ullof date March 1 1890 and hearing 4 per cent interest instead of per cent and made redeemable in 5 10 and 15 years respectively from aid date The saving to the tax layers of tho county by refunding said bonds at the rate of interest nUll lime to run will appear front tho following calculation to wit merest on 832800 for 30 years aL 6 per cent 40200- at on 8150004 per cent d years 13000 Int oo 8 15000 4 per cent 10 years 0000 InL on 2800 4 per cent 15 years 1080 810080 833520 Thus it will appear that the county woull1 have beets compelled to pay 38520 more in UXC5 to meet the itcrest on tho 32800 lands as is suetl by the old court than it will bo impelled to pay on tho sumo amount or bonds as refunded by this court and ieuoo for the same purpose In other words the interest on the 832800 of bonds issttcd by the old court woiil have exceeded the actual cost of tbe turnpikes purchased by the will by 10400 which would have courtI the turnpikes that were mrd1 tho former court cost the tnxlm including principal and interest ttle sum of 82000 The present court purchased about 20000 of turnpike for which it issued bowls fur like amount bearing 4 per relit intcrcs t In addition to this last amount tho old court and the present court paM for turnpikes out of tho county leies amounting to about 810000 eo tin it the 32800 had not been rofundc in the manner in which it was by the present court tho total cost of tho turnpikes purchased lull interest 011 tile Iwudg issued to pay for then AS1itonly cost tho county principal nud interest about 75000 which repre cents n cavingof about 37001 which if the county hall been con polled to have paid would have becn nn unnecessary nnd wasteful oxpeih iture of its money It will be remembered also thnt this 32800 of bonds hearing 6 pn cent interest running 30 years liar delivered to tho holder nt par whil tho 832800 4 per cent refunds t Iwnds with an average life of ten years nud issued in lion of the 30 year 5 per cent bonds wore Fold b this court at a premium of 101171 The value of a Iwnd depends upon tho length of time it has to run and th rate of interest it bears provided thc payor of the bond is perfectly tol vent If therefore the county re reived 101170 premium on 832800 nf bonds with an average life of ton- years bearing IIer cent interest what premium should it have receive nn 32800 of bonds hearing 5 tIer cent with 30 ears to run withou nn option to redeem thorn The first series of lhOOO of then bonds is not due until March 11004 To meet the payment of thorn at maturity tho court lies on hand a sink ing fund amounting to 1331075 two and one half years before time ire due Eight thousand dollars of this fund has been loaned on approver ecurity nt 4 por cent interest till ourt regarding it good business to loan out its funds rather than it ho dlo for two and onchalfcnrs though the court is not required by law to lairhosehat they have been peddled out h irokere in the cityof Cincinnati ami vas unable to locate the hoMers ol Mid bonds Tho court has to its relit in banks of this date 82 1182 fur general county expenses 52187 fur maintaining turnpikes 5055 to pay interest on old hands tbe interest on 12000 for the cur out year having been paid 821SG to pay interest on turnpike hands S 26Hi sinking fund for old laud 11351075 sinking fund for new bond tf414535 credit to honicoin uittee Total 2602659 which urns do not includo any portion of the levyof 1001 which tho shocifl is now collecting Tho court invites n comparison of prices paid by this court for pikes iiirchascd by it with prices paid old courts for pikes purchased by houi Tho acquisition of the turn pikos by the county has necessitated dditiunal work by tho court and it- bns been exceedingly difficult to dc urmino the best method of maintain ing them The pikes for a year or lore prior to sale hall been neglected hy tho owners and little if anywork Imd been done on them and the itching had been wholly neglected pikeshenallyout of repair The turnpikes cost thl county about 75000 including 12000 interest on bond The court does not believe in let tillg turnpikes become dirt roads no more than any other enterprise or in Rstment of like amount should be allowed to decay for lack of attention It has been the policy of time court to ay well for all work done for the count but tho difficulty lilts hero in cttiug adequate work done for tho utluy of the countys money In other words the court only wants to know that the full amount of work it 1118 paid for lint been done county levy for 1807 was 43J conts for 1898 50 cents for 1899 47 cents for 1900 50 tents for lug 47 cents Allof which is respectfully submit tcd JAS P BAILEY Judge Lincoln County Court mere it Catarrh section of the entry than ill otbrrdlKSWt put together and unll the last few 7fare was uppoeed to he is and rroooucurIIaud l 7 constantly falling to cure with each Idles nt pronounced it Incurable Srlentereat lroeu catarrh to be a constitutional disease has thrafore reulreronultutional treatment Halls Catarrb Cure wanufictured F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only conllluH onal curs on the market It Is taken internalljrlln IroUi drops to a teaspoonful It acts terectlr Ibe blood and mucous surfaces ot the sys jiu They ol1r one hundred dollar for any case fills ture Send lor circulars and testimonials Address F1CIIENEYtCOToledo 0 dragRh75clilt the best Stafford Female College+ ems h A Christian Home Saltool for the hVsner oduo Uon ol Rlrts and young ladles Has all the grades of the best ally grAaimarJiohuoIa and In addition the full regu lar courses of ututljr of tho bell fomalo oollegei In the Stets Four departments of study Literary anti Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough Initructlon In hand experienced teacher The next annual session all departments by competent will open Monday September 2 i Tuition foes range from f10to 125 per terra of SO weeks Hoard tuition In literary courses and music 20 weoki 1100 For catalogue address 8 S PINERTON Pxiri Stanford Byr Istate College of Kentucky The Agricultural anti Mechanical State College College of Kentucky olTen the courses of studr viI Agricultural loriclllturl Chemical UIoloRlcal Mathematical Normal School alechanlCat Engtneoring Electrical Engineering Oi11 Engineering each of which extends over four years and leads to a degree Postgraduate courses of atndj are alto provided leading each to a masters degree course of study li orjanlietl separate faculty The general faculty numbers mow than thirty prof ewors instructors APPOINTEES receive tuition room noun dormitory COUNTY and it they ten months traveling The and museums Ire large well equipped comprohenalTo and modern The last legislature appropriated 130000 for a home for Toungvprovided women and a drill has been for men Military tat tics and noicnce art fully provided for as by ton Graduates crosi from the several courses of study readily find excellent nosU lions and liberal remuneration The demand Is largely In exert of thn ability of tho college to supply Last year the matriculation was 020 rot catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admlMloii to JAMES K PATTKK30N Ih D LL D Irsldent Fall term boclns Sootombor IOOI IKXIX mS Kv a4 mThe Racket Storet la full with Hargilna now in the line of Clothing Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings I bare just returned from the East where I have the ltand cheapest took ever brought to Stanford I will now be able to undersell any Clothing and Shoe House in the State Como and see for yourself and be convinced This will La one of the biggest MONEY SAVING SALES Ever attempted in Stanford 200 patti MIwe Slippers to close out at loc a pair HIM 13 to 200 pair Ladles Uppers sizes 21 to 4 to out at ISo pair worth 1250 THE RACKET STORE STANFORD Prices Low JACOB CIN5BURC Proprietor For Good Goods 1 AT Low PricesIf Callon George H Farris Co We Will Take In Exchange For Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness JG Live Stock of JIll Kinds l Corn WIicit Oats IillyRye tax at highest market prices parson Pence Stanford The Brodhead fair uga t 21 ovm 1ae larger1IeTho shades to our grounds arc hotter Plenty of good pure ico water will be fur 1 nlsbed tree on the ground Good band of music will oo In constant attendance lenty of amusements to suit all tastes such as Shows Galleries Flying Dutchman J Instrcls Ac Good order will be demanded of every one present and a good time lusured to all We would rcspectfullrcall your attention to the fact that though a wo offer an extensive and wo charge no entrance fco to the lornlllallFor this reason wo expect to glvo the greatest exhibition In the history of ouraisoclatlon In fact nothing will bo lilt undone to make this exhibition an Movable and profitable one the first day of tho fair will be Ladles Day ladlts will be admitted tree 0 to see all our friends and citizens of hooken8- tie and adjoining counties In good attendance all three of tho days suit this our lilxth Annual Fair will bo one the people of Ilookcastlo county will be proud of N J Thos Cherry Pres JT Tate Sec I WALL PfPER PARLO + The people of Stanford and Lincoln County are cordially Invited to call and examine the handsomest lino ofQImported Wall Paper I hveInat the PaintsOdleA L GIBBONS Danville J ji